I have no problem with dealers marking up pricing on HOT vehicles. They do it because people will pay it. Both parties are in agreement, so where is the problem?This is why dealers are hilarious.
They pull the ADM game, then act like your buddy and they are “one of the good dealers” when you go to buy something not subject to ADM.
Greed is prevalent throughout business and the world but it’s rarely as obvious as when there is a hot vehicle that dealers are charging ADM for.
At least take a moment to remember those who paid $20K ADM to buy a PT Cruiser when they came out and were hot, only to have dealers begging customers to take them off their hands a few years later.
Imagine how many 392s dealers will be stuck with if gas spikes to $5 or $6/gallon (because remember, it drinks premium.)
I wont pay the prices they want, but for some who have lots of money it doesnt matter to them. THis is Merica!